Throwback Thursday: Books I read during my blog hiatus

Hey guys! I’m back! I don’t know how often I will post this year, but my goal is to only post when I want to. I don’t want it to become just  a habit or whatever. I also don’t want to force myself to read when I am not enjoying the book because life is too short to be reading a bad book.

  1. The Bookworm Crush by Lisa Brown Roberts. This was one of the first books I had actually bought in awhile since July. July was a crazy book haul month so I made myself quit buying books for several months. This was a really cute read!
The Bookworm Crush
2. Ten Blind Dates. I’m pretty sure I liked this one but it was awhile ago when I read it. I love the cover!
10 Blind Dates
3. Miracle on 5th Avenue by Sarah Morgan was actually a reread. I really like Sarah Morgan’s books!
Miracle on 5th Avenue (From Manhattan with Love, #3)
4. The Friend Zone was sooooo good. It was definitely a rollercoaster ride. I read this in about five hours according to my Kobo reading stats.
The Friend Zone
5. Twelve Days of Christmas by Debbie Macomber was an ok read.
Twelve Days of Christmas
6. Conceal Don’t Feel. I actually really liked this book a lot!
Conceal, Don't Feel (Twisted Tales #7)
7. A wedding in December was a beautiful book with a stunning cover!! I also really enjoyed this one and all of the character point of views in this.  This was a five star rating.
A Wedding in December
8. The Christmas Sisters by Sarah Morgan was actually a DNF ARC book from last year but I couldn’t get into the PDF style so I bought the ebook. However, last year I wasn’t into Christmas books so I didn’t end up reading it last year at all.  It was a four star rating.
The Christmas Sisters
9. Meet Me at Midnight by Jessica Pennington is actually an eARC book I need to do a review on soon. My thoughts won’t be here but in another post soon. I did know I needed a short break from Christmas books during this time though so that’s why I read a summer book.
Meet Me At Midnight
10. Christmas Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella. This one was just ok with a pretty cover!
Christmas Shopaholic
11. What Light by Jay Asher was a reread.
What Light
12. The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren. I really enjoyed this book and it was my last one for 2019!
The Unhoneymooners

What were some of the last books you read in 2019?


1 thought on “Throwback Thursday: Books I read during my blog hiatus”

  1. Oooh! You read so many great books! I am about halfway through Book Worm. It was cute, and I will finish it at some point. 10 Blind Dates was pure happiness, while The Friend Zone had me going from laughing to crying – I adored the book! I loved Becky and was happy to be back in that world. The word thing had me happy crying at the end too. I read What Light a few years back, and I remember liking the theme of forgiveness in the story, and Unhoneymooners was a solid hit for me.

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